Design Space is a cloud-based design software that is both easy to learn and lightweight.
Use it whenever inspiration strikes and take advantage of its cross-platform compatibility that stretches from laptop to Mac, iOs, and Android devices. You can even use it offline! So what’s there not to like?
Let’s quickly look at its key features:
- Extensive assets library (images, fonts, pre-made templates, and more)
- Advanced editing toolkit to personalize your project
- Create complex details with unmatched precision
- Step-by-step tutorials and instructional videos
- Extended chat and phone support
CorelDRAW Graphics Suite is one amazing all-in-one graphic design software to meet every single one of your needs.
From apparel and textiles to blueprints and maps and all to way to sophisticated illustrations, this feature-rich design suite delivers all the tools you need.
It will help you conceptualize your ideas and take them one step closer to materialization.
If you’ve simply outgrown your cartridge collection, it’s time to take your Cricut skills up a notch. Thus, investing in this performant design software perfectly adapted for Cricut Machines is the next step.
This vector-based tool is preferred by many professional cutters who enjoy its complex functionalities, but home cutter crafters will enjoy it just the same.
With beautiful typography, support for TTF files, and seamless integration with popular plugins for cutting, CorelDRAW is a great solution to use with your Cricut.
The final product on our list is actually not a standalone software, but an already built-in solution meant to facilitate the design process for you.
Indeed, there are cutters that come with full-featured design software. Silhouette Studio is such a tool that allows you to create designs and send them to a Silhouette machine.
As far as we are concerned, the tool does a pretty good job at meeting your basic needs by allowing you to import, customize, and create cutting files.
However, if you want to export your work in formats that can be used with other cutters, you will need to adhere to a subscription plan.
The premium versions of this software are Designer Edition, Designer Edition +, and Business Edition.
To make the most out of your Cricut die-cutting unit, we strongly recommend these fantastic design software apps that are compatible with Windows.
Pair them up with some amazing photo editors or with some 2D digital pixel art tools for the best experience possible.
No matter which one you decide to use, you will be able to take control of your creativity. Plus, you’ll finally manage to use the Cricut die-cutting system the way that you always wanted to.
If you have any other questions, drop them in the comments section below.
FAQ: Learn more about Cricut
- What does a Cricut machine do?
A Cricut machine is a cutting tool that allows you to create intricate and precise patterns in a wide variety of materials. If you encounter issues, here’s how to fix a Cricut machine that doesn’t cut.
- What is the best Cricut machine to buy?
The best Cricut machines to buy are the Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore Air 2, and the Cricut Explore Air One. For more offers, check out this list of Cricut bundles.
- Do you need a PC to use a Cricut?
Yes, besides the actual Cricut machine, you will also need to have a PC connected in order to set out the commands.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in February 2018 and was revamped and updated in January 2021 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.
This post was written by Radu Tyrsina and was first posted to WindowsReport